TRACKING USERS AND AUDITING REPORTS
Server Monitoring Toolkit provides many useful User reports for tracking users’ logon activities across all servers, it shows logon and logoff time, time spent on system in different session states, most active users by group or organization unit and much more. Activities performed on the system are visible in Audit reports which help administrators track actions done on files and logon activities. It also lists all blocked IPs to stop brute force and DoS attacks or other intrusions to the network on Remote Desktop servers.
AGENTLESS MONITORING OF SERVER PERFORMANCE
A complete performance overview of all Windows Servers that need to be monitored can be tracked via Performance reports. These reports collect data about CPU, Memory, Network and Disk usage and show server and network performance through charts and graphs. Monitor all kinds of servers such as SharePoint, Exchange, File Shares, Web Servers and more. Inventory reports will be especially useful in complex environments for tracking important hardware assets (hard drives, network adapters, processors, programs and printers).
Server Monitoring Toolkit provides Agentless data collection - a single instance of the Toolkit needs to be deployed to a single server and servers that need to be monitored can easily be added or removed. Data will be gathered from a central monitoring server. All reports are exportable to Excel or PDF and it is possible to schedule reports to be sent directly to an email inbox.
“With the Server Monitoring Toolkit we have expanded our server monitoring portfolio.” said
Server Monitoring Toolkit enables flexible licensing according to the number of servers. It is possible to choose between Perpetual and Subscription (annual) licenses. License pricing starts already from
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